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Writing Business Tidbytes – August

SORRY, I MISSPOKE! We often write the things that we say ourselves and hear in everyday life. That’s the way to be authentic, right? Well, yes – if we’ve got the words right, that is! Neither my hearing nor my … Continue reading

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EXPOSED: Win a Prize Pack!

Diana Hunter and Peter Hopkinson have been temporarily assigned to Task Force Indigo, a counter-terrorism group. Following the failed assassination attempt on a Canadian Senator, their mission is to interrogate a known associate of a new terrorist organization, ILIF. What … Continue reading

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Taking Stock

Our guest blogger for today ran into a scheduling conflict, so we’ll meet him at a later date. You see? Life happens to us all – ready or not. While I’ve blogged before on the importance of balance in our … Continue reading

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Faith Trumps Fear

Once upon a time, twenty-five years ago, I could not conceive of putting anything I wrote into a contest. My gosh, I’d never survive knowing someone else read it and thought it was horrible stuff! That my “baby” was the … Continue reading

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Dianne Neral Ell: Meet the Author

NQ: Welcome, Dianne Neral Ell! I appreciate you taking the time from writing your current novel to spend a little time with us here at Words Count! Dianne: Thank you for making space and time for me to talk about my writing. … Continue reading

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SKYE TAYLOR: Meet the author

Skye Taylor, mother, grandmother and returned Peace Corps volunteer lives St Augustine Florida, soaking up the history, taking daily walks along one of the prettiest beaches and writing novels. She posts a weekly blog and a monthly newsletter, volunteers with … Continue reading

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LOG LINE: Power Tool for Authors

Back in 2001, I read SAVE THE CAT by Blake Snyder, mostly because I’d read so much about it and how important it would be for me as a writer, even if I never intended to write a screenplay. The … Continue reading

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